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Those 2 roads diverging in a yellow wood might be in England

Associated Press logo Associated Press 6/14/2017 By JERRY HARMER, Associated Press

DYMOCK, England (AP) — Remember that famous poem by Robert Frost that begins: "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood"?

Well, those roads and that "wood" might just be across the Atlantic in England.

Frost is associated with New England, thanks to his years of living in New Hampshire. But he also spent time at a writers' colony in England centered in the village of Dymock.

It was there in 1914 that Frost often walked through the woods with fellow poet Edward Thomas.

Fans can walk the same roads through the countryside today, including some paths that split, and visitors can also see some of the buildings the writers lived in. Dymock is about a three-hour drive west of London.

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